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Ota vain yhteyttä osoitteeseen support@marabu.fi tai +358 (0)9 279 85 40 ja autamme sinua.
Alla on 6 vinkkiä, joita on hyvä noudattaa parhaan kapasiteetin saavuttamiseksi ja käynnistämisen helpottamiseksi.

6 tips to keep your Roland printer in good condition during periods of low production

1. Regular manual cleaning
The biggest fear of many printer operators is that components will clog if left idle for a long period, leading to lengthy cleaning processes and potential damage to the system. Heads and cap tops can foul, potentially causing the nozzle heads to clog or deflect, or ink accumulating in the head can get messy droplets of ink on your print material. To avoid these issues, make sure you manually clean your Roland equipment – inside and out – at regular intervals, and particularly ahead of a shutdown.

Manual maintenance cleaning procedure for TrueVIS VG/SG Series

2. Wiper maintenance
Each Roland system has different elements; Roland TrueVIS series users should check and replace wiper fluid if it is really dirty, while Roland VS series machines have a wiper and a wiper felt that should be maintained. Replace cleaning wipers when they are worn out or have reached the end of their service life, following instructions included in your device's user manual, to make sure they do their job right.
 
Manual maintenance cleaning procedure for VersaCAMM VS/VSi, VersaEXPRESS RF-640 and Texart RT-640

3. Running test prints regularly
Problems with clogged or deflected nozzles – which may cause banding and blurry text or lines – can be spotted early by carrying out regular test prints, so make this a priority both before you close down and when you get back in the print room. Keep your Roland cleaning kits well stocked with items like swabs, so you can tackle issues as soon as possible – they're specifically designed for Roland machines so really make life easier.
 
4. Inspecting pad cutter for wear
A culprit of inefficient cutting in a print/cutter system is often the pad cutter; this strip of Teflon fitted just below the cutting blade does get worn and shredded, causing spotty or erratic cutting. Make a quick check of the pad cutter before you shut down and replace it if necessary.
 
5. Enabling automatic cleaning
The clever automatic cleaning systems fitted in Roland printing and plotting equipment work when you don't. If you leave the office for some time (or even just overnight) remember to turn the machine off at the front panel but leave the primary power source switch on at the back. This will enable the automatic maintenance system to do its stuff, keeping the device spick and span for when you get back to the print room.
 
6. Cleaning your UV Printer
If you keep up with a regular cleaning and maintenance routine, you can rest assured that your device will survive a temporary shutdown without any issues. The same is true for UV devices – although the cleaning procedure may differ in a few ways.

Manual maintenance cleaning procedure for VersaUV LEF Series

Click here to access more maintenance tutorial videos for other Roland products.